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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

STREET BEAT ¡l Good News Department-Reports fare that MARK ROGERS, the Ind- fian footballer who underwent i brain surgery at Tyler last week. is showing coasiderable improve- ment. We say "Good Luck" and S wish this fine young man a spe- edy recovery .... Looking rather sleepy Tuesday morning, KENNETH GRAY, GEO- RGE JACKSON, JR. and JACK JOHNSON were among the local- ites that joined other rescue squads in an all night search for a drowning victim near Palestine . . . . GLENN HABERLE informs us that FINNIS HARRIS, JR. was t very unhappy when he did not find his picture in last week's Star Journal .... DR. ROBERT GREEN LEE, fam- j | ous Baptist preacher and church leader, is conducting a revival at the Central Baptist Church this week. Services on Friday will be moved up to 6:30 P. M. so that those attending will be able to see the Indian-Carthage football game. The Texas Bank is trying to give away money. Bob Gregg in an- nouncing the bank's Shivers Con- test said that the bank was ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

iiss THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO OCTOBCK 27, 1W0 Alto Jackets Knock Over Grapeland Sandies 61-12 Gilmer Smothers Pine Tree's Pirates 28-15 Undefeated Carthage Trips Nacogdoches 16-12 GREGGTQN Gilmer's pow-'of these touchdowns. -rful «round attack smothered still in the first Pine Tree got 1 the Pine Tree Pirates and ruined age pass and returned the leather to the 15 and six plays later, Burgess dived in from the one on a fourth down play. Prince tried to run for the extra points, but was stopped. Carthage mounted the winning * their homecoming game 2&15 here _ Friday night. The potent Alto Yellow Jackets The Alto try for extra pomU fail went twenty yards for another six . pjne ramMced to their eiehth straight ed- anrf the score "'o**1 at AJt0 20■1 pointer McGaughey'* attempted ! 2SFXZS TV\So \e!!on Grapeland 0. hoot for the extra point wa, no Friday night, when they topped McGaughey scored again in the good. the 20 A Grapeland Sandies 61-12 second period, on a wide quarter Gfapeland...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

be leather ays later, he one on U14 fhe extra be winning econds of Yancey nee fumble took only |aLf of the Bulldogs Iver—Murff l>ne on an- |rt. Harvey again and Jlge- p«9* 3) 1 w n [ THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP Several former Eait Texas high school stars that are well known to Jacksonville football fans led the University of Texas freshman team to a 34-6 victory over the Rice University Yearlings last week. Duke Carlisle of Atheus, the man that beat the Indians last year, quarterbacked for the Shorthorns, ran the ball for one touchdown and passed for another. Two members of last year's Henderson Lions were also standouts in the game; thoy were Tommy Wade, the second string quarterback, who passed for one Tl), and Lee Henslee, an end, who kicked three extra points. ♦ t The Alto Yeliowjackets are probably one of the highest scoring teams in Texas high school circles this year. In their eight victories they have scored an average of a fraction under 40 points per game. Their 318 poi...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR OCTOBER 27, I960 Youth Council Prepares Trick Or Treat For CROP The number of people in the world today i.s 2,850.iXX),000, Tom- orrow there will be 137.iMHJ more. In one week humanity increases by one million. There is not enough good. In numerable children grow up un- der famine and starvation condit- ions. Innumerable children die of starvation in their first year In 'some countries every second child There is not enough food. Mill-' ' Ions of human beings do not have ! one warm meal a day. Sugar, mjlk, and meat are unavailable, or their ; price is beyond reach. In India the average consumpt Ion of meat per person each year was until recently only two lbs. In the U. S. each person has at day, October 30 in the Annual Drive for the Christian Hule Over- seas Program sponsored by the Jacksonville Christian Youth Council. Alt interested Christian youth are invited to meet at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday, Oct- ober 30, lor sack lunch. After dinner, you...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

y Hotel, ra. Billy ' present- usical en- ¡d by the io, Ruth and Bar- by Mrs. Woolery ood, The 1," which revealed iify :, 2 baths, ¡nt, with cres land. >us4.'. Call l-t-p-19 Texas' Top Schoolboy FOOTBALL GAME FRIDAY - 7:30 P. M. At The Tomato Bowl CARTHAGE "BULLDOGS' VS. JACKSONVILLE "INDIANS Both Teams Undefeated This Year Playing For The District 7-AAA Championship it & * No. 79, !ar stated 1, at 7:30 urged to M P. lt-c-19 rushed 4- g distance days; 3- ra Parks. 1 t-c-19 4i0 gauge inglish bi- Smith & Pledger. 2-t-p-19 nents have keean to deadline rtisements the follow- aware of :alled ads >d on the they have her pages, ad early, Cherokee ified mar- his means any, many ■iation and their flow- heir words ng my re- each and r Goff IY cwr OOD end, 16.25 JOIN US AT THE GAME Your Support Will Help Keep The Indians On Top Crosby Furniture Co. Formerly Chesnut Furniture Woodrow St. Phone 8861 Musick Body Shop 909 S. Jackson St. Phone >015 Dixon Garage 915 S. Jackson Phone ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

UHt THE CHEROKEEAN PACE SIX OCTOBER 27, 1960 First Methodist Circles Phone with the built-in switchboard ■mm RODGERS McKENZIE CIRCLE Seventeen member* were pre- sent whin the Hodrrer^McKenzie Circle of T h e First Methodist church met with Mr ; J I) Rod- i'j-rH, 711 Adams Street, on Tues- day. October 18. Tho hostess served coffee and dorrut.i louring a buainesx session, at which Mrs Ftwltiers presided, it was decided that hf/stesses dis- perse with the former custom of ■ervirii! refreshments at meetings ■A this circle It was decided that when the circle meets in the homes, those members who can shall assemble '•arly enough to participate in a 9:15 AM Prayer Group; others will assemble for the study at 9 30 AM Mrs t/na Templeton was elected circle treasurer. Mrs. Hix Ix'iwler, Spiritual Ufe Í Chairman, t/roucht a devotional i message based on Psalms ft7 Mrs ' F (' Hand led the closing prayer Mrs M G Moore, Mission Study leader, directed a well planned lesson, the theme bein^ "Into A...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

fit m THE CHEROKEEAN PAGt SIGHT OCTOBIR V. 1W0 CANDIDATES FOR HALLOWEEN QUEEN AND KING at East Side School arc left to right, Mike Smith, Vickie Henry, Kay Causey, and George S ta tori, Jr. The king and queen will be chosen by popular vote and winner will b : announced and crowned during the carnival Monday evening at 7:00 P. M. Women's Study Club Has Meet The Wednesday Study Club met with Mrs. Cale Todd, 976 John, Wednesday, October 19, at 2:30 1' M. Mrs W. J Weatherby, presi- dent, presided over the meeting with eleven members present. Mrs V. f Monkress, Mrs E. S. Park, and Mrs W. K Hooper all spoke on Editorials arid Current N'ew.s (Political). Mr- Monkress rave advice on 1 how to choose a political party by a Republican and a Democratic political leader. She gave facts on why people support both par- t íes. Mrs Hooper talked about the two women that headed the Wo- men's Division of the Political parties; Mrs. Margaret Price of the Democrats and Mrs Clare Will Presbyterian Women'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

BlC J Cól Nautui . . . Town cJlith ¡haundci&out COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Ro k nd Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TLX AS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10" per Copy SATURDAY IS A BIG DAY for Rusk. That's when our voters will decide whether to change <xjr city VOLUME 113 government to the "Home Rule," or continue to operate under state charters. NOVEMBER 3, 1960 24 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 20 MOST FOLKS, who know a great deal about city government, tell us that the Home Rule govern- ment is the best. In fact, all of our former Mayors agree that Rusk rvceds to moderniie our city gov- ernment. SOME FEARS have been ex- pressed concerning taxes and an- nexation of property. ROUNDABOUT DOESN'T FEAR any unreasonable taxes been as- essed by this or future council members. For the past 10 years, Ru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 3, I960 EAGLES ECHO STAFF A EAGLES Editor in chief Assistant Editor Business Manacer Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation M¡;r Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editan 1960 1961 net away without your knowing it Open thoie earjlr eyes, girl"' Joe Weaver has suddenly <!<• velopéd an ir,tere t in a freshman ,'irl i oul'l it r>« Sti'phan.<■ < o; Joe? We w nf <>«ir i Sai ir.dav niK -on again I V. <11. v. ha: 'V,n Maillai,' seen iiurdV i ,'t' oi :I* k h', t o Linda Watson Mary Maitland J lid; Bank' I^oriard Kerry David Mlack Bobby í><n;í Jirnmy Rainey Sonja Wilcox, lirent a < r i a Él It yirk rpal.'v ;;lad t iderjt a' the ,'ht It a inda 'I.■ ■ ha', i we her and Jo¿¡r.1'eter^on i;i iher both Fri flight-' Sponsor Smith, Dan Cook, Jan/a Jones, and (ilenn Lloyd Mrs I>-wis Mcf^arroLl Snooper Jo f'arrol YarborOugh, who's that cute Kreshman that ha* vent you for a flip"1 We know his in itial are Allan Garner Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

NOVEMBER 3, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE EAGLES ECHO (Continued f fur Kennedy Carol Sue Perry Iter inquisit- iveness Lila Jean Long-—her laugh Sonja Wilcox—her musical tal ent Leonard Berr> his flirting Kenny Black -WLJ.LLLLL O R. H. S. FAVORITES .Mr & Miss K. II. S -Judy Banks and Jimmey Harney Runners-up—Mary Maitland and Malcome Hanson Most Likely to Succeed Linda Watson and Jimmey Lee Runners-up—Judy Duncan and Keith McKnight Most Beautiful and Mast Hand- some-Judy Ramey and Con- nie Bailes Runners up—Nancy Ilobson and James Norton Most Popular-Diana Burton and Bobby Long Runners up Diann Banks and Kenny Black Friendliest -Betty Tosh and Buzzy GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3-4645 Rusk, Texas rom page 2) Braswell Runner.-- up- .seiu. Norton and Marvin Moseley t'utest Lila Jean Loiil and Chris von Doenlufi Runners up Lynda Matlock and Joe Cochran Most Talented Sonja Wilcox and Dennis Dotson Runne r up- Glenn Lloyd Wittiest- Sue Isaacs and Callie Smith...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR 21 Demos Endorse JFK-LBJ Twenty-one Democratic precinct chairmen of Cherokee county have signed a statement urging support of the Democratic party's ticket of nominees. In addition three precinct lead rrs who are not members of the committee, but are holding the Erencral election, insisted on siun ing the statement The statement follows "We, 'he undersigned chairmen of our respective precincts in the Democratic party of Cherokee county, and as fuch members of the Democratic Executive Commit lee, wish to lend our endorsement to the Democratic ticket in the General Election of Nov 8. lf)W> We express our confidence in th<- ix-mocratic nominee for office in the county, "state and nation, and urtfe support of the en tin- tick ■'. including Senator John F Ken nedy our candidate for President and Senator Lyndon It Johnson our candidate for Vice ('resident Only two pre'tncl chairmen re fused to sn;n. one asked n call hack and Mr liarber failed to see one All ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 3, 1960 PAGE FIVE CITY CHARTER TALKED TUESDAY out and gobble up territory just Continued ¡"rom Page 1) •¡hen this meeting was premat rel) failed.'1 Yon Doenhoff and Mayor Ntárrií : Ijs.íell pointed out that an uxpans- •i (if water and sewer services ,,uld be financed by revenue and tiiat it would require no ,-w tax structure. Morever, they .■¿ad ihe city was past its debt nit fur tax bonds, which are bas- i : on valuations. About 50 people attended the .eetinji- Sevtral expressed a de- ¡re to see nonresidents, who are liable to annexation if the charter is approved Saturday, have a vote in Saturday's election and in any subsequent annexation moves. It seems like taxation without representation," remarked Serv- ice Station Operator C J. Hark- i as. Von Doenhoff replied that the minute an area is annexed, its re- | ■r the vant to . aKv m " Several • of expansion We services to those we person - pointed out that •iu-sk was one of 9 O 1J cities with over 5.000 in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX NOVEMBER 3. 1960 Celebrates 7th Birthday what Rusk Folks are doing Johnit.i Kayo Hick? damihter of Mr and Mrs James H. Mason not- ed her 7th birthday with a party at her home on Bonner Street, Saturday. October 29th Sandwiches, cake and punch were served to the following fri ends and cousins David Fontenot, Dennis Diann, and Bob nay- Philip and Mary Frances Farrell Kathennc and Debbie McBroom Marilyn Tullís, Brenda, Jtmmie and Delorise Jackson, I'am and Netausha Hicks. Millie and Abe Poole, 1>>wis and ftandy Sadler and the honore* 's baby sister. Linda. Also present arid assisting with host "* duties were Mrs Ann Jack- son. .Mrs Christine Clay arid Mr-> Corine Dover Parents pr *wnt mi luded Mrs Viable Sadler Mr-, Shelh. Ifo'cl. Mr Mildn-d I'oole. Mr. I>'<> ' Mick- .J'ilinita's ::r; wlrn<#th T. Mrs \ I' Itariey, Mr Howard Via .on. Mrs James II Ma'.on mother of •he horiop'c and her aunts Mrnes vf.irv Doris Bobbitt and Mildred I^andrum. I Ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 3, 1960 PAGE SH'/EN Wed October 22nd MRS. WILLIAM JAMES (HILL) MAIN is the former Dorothy Mae Salmon of Austin. She is the daughter of Rus- sell H. Sallmon and the late Mrs. Salmon. The groom's par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Main of Hot Springs, Ar- kansas. The couple, married at the bride's home Saturday, Oct- ober 22nd, now live at 2702 Hawes Street, Monroe, Louis- iana. In & About Alto VisitinR in the Luther McCull- och home over (he weekend were Mrs Jack Holder and Mrs. Thelma Stevens and children. Virgil Schochler, who is employ- ed in New Orleans was called home Friday to be with his wife ' who underwent major surgery in Nan Travis Hospital in Jackson ' n ilie Saturday. At this writing she is recovering satisfactory. Mrs. Glenda Henry and children of Houston spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Leon Com- pton and in Rusk with her mother. Mrs. Velma Gale. Mrs. Ruth Black and Cullen Schochler of Alto and Mrs Ludora King of Rusk accompanied Mrs....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN VAGI KIGMT NOVIMBM >. IMO Read The Classifieds ANNOUNCING the opening of the Ceramic Greenware Shop At My Home In Atoy (8 miles east of Rusk on h-M 343. Located across road from Earl Maness' Store.) Open from f>-8 p.m. each evening 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL GREENWARE UNTIL NOV 15 FEATURING Greenware never before shown in this area. Mrs. David Richards Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU 3-4344 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3-4747 \lnmi' on (ort)'-r lot, m ■ ovi block from .quare I nunc ture in two apartment Priced to sell .true ll.mc with livlnf, room, combina'ion diojni! room ¿md kitchen, three bedrooms and bath All city utilities Pay owner small equity .tt'd usuine loan. 53 acres priced at only Í2.VXJ Inquire for location and other details Hnik home featuring 'r,' t RVrfl'-ro built in< and conveniences V.'e)l located Inquire fo,' pric< Home with about 2 acres Junt outside city limit' I.ivmi: room, dinjiu: room, kitchen I'v. t« ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

The Cherokeean S«ction II NOVEMBER 3, I960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Rusk State Hospital Halloween Festivities Acclaimed Best Ever Staged 15 Floats Entered In and joining in the carnival later Tlic coron.ition acrcmoity for K Ward and 14 Ward for first Third placo went, to the float Tlus us its purpose, Mrs MailiUn kitiK* and quoi'ius chosen from plat See..' d place went to the which was a cooperative effort by said white and colored patients was float by the Friendship Carden II and II rear wards and M and Some 20.) patients participated held on October lit Club wi Club with patient mem K roar wards. Honorable mention, in Hu [tirade, marchinc in croups .ludr.es at the parade last Thurs- berslup sponsored by the Rehabit weivt to floats by 12 Ward and . r riding on floats day picked the float made by itation Department). 4 and 5 Wards. Big Parade Fifteen floats, accompan- ied by bands and patients, made up the colorful Hallow- een parade at...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

The Cherokeean PERHAPS THE CANDIDATES MAY HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO INTRODUCE EACH OTHER STATE CAPITAL NEWS PACE TWO NOVEMBER 3, I960 * EDITORIALS * Wow It's Your Turn Next Tuesday ia election day. It i.« . ins- ularly important. UV'vc heard the n jcm, the arjfuements, even the name calling The prophets of doom and thow of . ro- speriiy have prophe ied. But it m we U> remember that, refrardlesa of the.-*< vi- -nn, brimstone is not likely to come raining <! wri upon our country in the next few day*. We'd bet our two Lyndon Johnson ut- txms that the bank.n will be open Wedn'-.s ay, regardless of who winw on Tuesday. V\ e an talk ourselves into being sick, but tr, • nothing wrong with our basic condition. The Democrats can't simulate the 1'!'52 coup, even though politically-oriented <*••'>- ncimásts i sue forecasts with suspicious rigi- dity. On the other hand, while Lh • Uernocr ts art- accusal of {promising everything to ev- erybody, reality has a way of setting In when a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL ■ TRADE V'fIj "'i, CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE Now IsThe Time To Trade Cars LEEMAN ISAACS Is Playing SANTA CLAUS You'll GetATop Price For Your Old Car At Rusk Motor Sales LEEMAN ISAACS WILLNOTBEUNDERSOLD SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF USED CARS "We Finance On Liberal terms" RUSK MOTOR SALES Hiway 69 At The "Y" Rusk, Texas 2e Feed-Wood-Hay FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Bills paid 1423 Hospital St Tele- FOR SALE: Woo<l, any length. Ph phone MU 34552 K E. Reese. SH 3 2103. James Russell. tic-18 1 t p 20 Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk A Oak Jacksonville Custom Grinding Mixing - Molasses AM Kinds Of Stock Feeds 3. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FARM FOR SALE 97 acres, fenced, 4 farrowing pens for hogs, a hog pastures, approximately 70 acres young pine, :i« minerals. On State Highway wcX of Alto Deep well aud shallow well with pump 6-room house. FARM FOR SALE f>9 acres, 7-room house, barn. 4 chicken houses; bu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

4 é / a y ü Hii RUSK FOOTBALL ANYONE CAN WIN CAS Madisonville j AT MADISONVILLE FRIDAY 8:00 P. M. WEEKLY PRIZES THIRD PRIZE SECOND PRIZE FIRST PRIZE .jr. Hear The Game On KTLU-J580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK S. ALTO AREA RAMBLER DFALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH S&H GREEN STAMPS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. J. Long, Secty. RUSK, TEXAS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY SCHOCHLER HARDWARE RUSK, TEXAS ED STOVER CAFE "HOME OF FINE FOODS' CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP ASSOCIATION MOSELEY DRUG STORE THE SMART SHOP LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP' WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN A BIG BOYS RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY CHAPMAN PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS RUSK, TEXAS ZERO FOOD LOCKERS RUSK, TEXAS SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY E. B. MUSICK INSURANCE AGENCY ...

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